Android 2.2 + Flash 10.1 Owners: Need your help with something real quick

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by andres, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. andres

    andres New Member

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    Hi,

    Thought this would be the best forum to get help on this. I want to see which android phones support true multi-touch and which don't for gaming. Could you please go to the link below on your phones, then click on the "fullscreen" red button on the bottom-right, and then touch the grey area with two of your fingers. There should be two red dots under each of your fingers.

    And post what you get for "max touch points" located at the top-left.

    http://test.alvaone.com/age-games/testing/test1.html

    Thanks!
     
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    Tepee New Member

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    One red dot under one of my fingers; 1 max touch point :unsure:

    One red dot, period.

    Oh, yeah. Plain ole ordinary Moto Droid, Froyo build FRG22D.
     
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    kennydied23 Member

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    Same results here.
     
  4. andres

    andres New Member

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    Thanks guys. Keep them coming. Not sure why you two are getting 1 max touch point. Droids are supposed to have multi touch screens so something must be screwy with the Flash Player.
     
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    same here,1 red dot